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Springfield Civic Center - Springfield, MA

Set 1:
Cold Rain And Snow
Beat It On Down The Line
Friend Of The Devil
Looks Like Rain
Mexicali Blues
Mama Tried
Tennessee Jed
New Minglewood Blues
Lazy Lightnin'

Set 2:
Scarlet Begonias
Fire On The Mountain
Dancin' In The Streets
Not Fade Away
Stella Blue
Around And Around

Werewolves Of London
Johnny B. Goode

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Just heard this show! What the fuck were these guys on?!? Listen to Dancin' and Werewolves and you'll know what I mean...

The reviewer of this show in the taping compendium said that his buddy was hanging out with the band during this spring run and that they all showed down on some mescaline sulfate....
it may explained they crazy shit going on......

whatever they were on sure decided to show itself this night

it may have been may 11 but this show feels like halloween! weird, strange things were going on that nite...jerry, bobby and donna were getting into all these nutty little vocal can hear them cracking up as they are singing! the music is incredible in the midst of the insanity...check it out when you are feeling in a strange mood!

This show is fuckin incredible. They were surely on something. Probably trippin their balls off.

Dicks Picks 25

yea , about to be dick's pick 25.. craziness, man. the dead rock!

Fire is outrageously hilarious

Probably some of the most emphatic singing ever done by Garcia..This spring tour Garcia's singing took on a new level, just listen to a few shows from April, May and June of '78 and you'll know what I'm talking about....

Its amazing how much listening to this show makes me apreciate the band so much more than I already did. Good times all around at this show. Its fun to hear the band when their completly wasted on whatever because it makes you realize that although I may think of them as gods their really just human beings having the time of their lives.
-Row Jimmy

henys gay

the mescaline show....some great vocals by Garcia on CR&S; love the Dancin' - Donna can barely keep it together. Some great leads by Garcia in a somewhat honkey-tonk NFA.

I got caught beating off in the bathroom between sets.
-Art Glass

for what it's worth; i read an interview with bear who claims to have been @ the new haven show the night before this one...both shows have an agressive psychedelic edge to them but it's much more evident during this show....i love when the boys attacked their instruments instead of just playing them...this, along w off the top o' my head may '77...1-22-78....7-8-78, is one of those nights (as is the 10th)...if anyone has ever played music or at least tried to while in the throes of a psychedelic adventure, it's obvious what wave the boys were riding on these 2 nights....heady, heady stuff

1st time I've heard this show... there is, apparently, nothing like a Grateful Dead concert.
-1x1 (12/06/2011)

Dancin'... quite possibly the most funky/fun, verbally tripped out I've ever heard the Dead.
-1x1 (12/06/2011)

What ever it is, they are absolutly trip faced. Really a comic show. The Dancin' is fantastic......
-80s head (05/03/2013)

Stella is heart wrenching, at one point after singing "Stella Blue" you can hear Jerry go "awwwhhh...". Great night for the hometown me.

-Bossgobbler (10/23/2014)

-Just Exactly Perfect Band (06/28/2016)

This was my very first show. I was in 8th grade. My buddy Adam's mom drove us to the show and my mom drove us home! Hell of a night!!
- (03/05/2018)

Dick's Picks 25

Disc 3

Cold Rain and Snow 7:03
Beat It On Down the Line 3:31
Friend of the Devil 8:36
Looks Like Rain 9:13
Loser 7:48
New Minglewood Blues 5:47
Tennessee Jed 8:47
Lazy Lightnin' 3:21
Supplication 6:31
Scarlet Begonias 9:41
Fire On the Mountain 8:35

Disc 4

Dancing in the Streets 15:12
Drums 19:53
Not Fade Away 10:21
Stella Blue 8:46
Around and Around 9:15
Werewolves of London 8:30
Johnny B. Goode 4:15

-Bookkeeper (04/27/2020)

this is my absolute favourite version of looks like rain, listen to the way jerry plays that solo man... and this is one of the few time donna actually added to a song!
-70's dead is the best dead (12/02/2020)

Good show. Great Drums.
-Anonymous (03/01/2021)

Psychedelic edge in May 77? That’s not a thing…which is why all the normies love the shit out of that month
-Anonymous (02/24/2024)

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Band Configuration
(10/20/74 - 02/17/79)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Keith Godchaux
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann
Drums: Mickey Hart
Backup Vocals: Donna Godchaux

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